Sociology and Criminal Justice

Our classes offer faculty-student ratios that allow students' interests to be addressed through interaction with professors. We emphasize critical and analytical skills and effective communication to resolve conflicts and promote social justice.

The Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice emphasizes an interdisciplinary understanding of socio-economic, cultural, institutional and physical environments. Our programs prepare students for citizenship by encouraging them to understand, tolerate and respect the vast array of cultural and intellectual differences found throughout the world.

 

DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

  • We offer a Master of Science in Applied Sociology, Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and Criminal Justice, and minors in Sociology, Criminal Justice, Geography, Geographic Information System (GIS), and Anthropology.

  • Students in our program actively participate in our Sociology and Criminal Justice clubs, as well as in other student organizations such as Reconnect, which focuses on environmental and sustainability issues.

  • Students majoring in Sociology or Criminal Justice may be able to earn academic credit by completing an internship.

  • The faculty maintain an active research agenda and publish extensively in the discipline.

 

DEGREES & CURRICULUM

ACADEMIC RESOURCES

Department Updates

2020 Departmental Newsletter

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 are you ready promo flyer

Are You Ready?

 

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Justice4All Student Organization

view party for "Philly D.A."Fayard 107 on Monday, April 12th @ 6:00PM

Click here for more information and rthe required registration

 

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Dr. Burley and Other Sociologists On Opportunities for Recent Grads and COVID-19

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  CJ Instructor Varnado Speaks to League of Women Voters About Justice Reform"

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   maretta macdonald

Alumna Maretta McDonald

(Sociology BA 2013, Applied Sociology MS 2015) (current Ph.D. candidate at LSU)

"Co-authors article in major publication, Slate.

Why The COVID-19 Stimulus Bill Shouldn't Punish Parents Behind On Child Support.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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